Caroline qualified as a solicitor in 1989 and is still practising - chiefly as a commercial conveyancing solicitor for a local firm. She initially practised at The Buss Murton Partnership in Kent before moving back to Liverpool in 1990 to complete articles with Brabners Chaffe Street. She worked for several yerars at DLA in Liverpool and was on the team responsible for the regeneration of the Liverpool Dock side area and for Brewery work and corporate support and development. She continued this work at Hill Dickinson in Liverpool before taking a year out in 2002 to look after her young family. IIn 2003, she worked as an ILEX tutor at Southport College teaching 15 different subjects at various levels across a range of subjects before settling at Liverpool John Moores University in 2004. Over the years, Caroline has appeared to move from teaching hard knowledge based subjects to includfe a range of skills based subjects. The latest of these is the Dispute Resolution module on the LLB which Caroline heads with Peter McPartland. She is a fractional staff member at 0.7 to allow her time to perform specialist consultancy work for her clients and to care for her now largely grown up family and over enthusiastic lurchers.
She is a Fellow of the Higher Education Authority, a member of the Liverpool Law Society, is on the roll of practising solicitors and holds two post graduate qualifications and mediation qualifications.
1986, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom, LL.B (Hons)
LL.M in Legal Practice, United Kingdom, Liverpool John Moores University, 2009 - 2010
Post Graduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Further Education, United Kingdom, Liverpool John Moores University, 2004 - 2006
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Other Professional Activity:
Consultant Solicitor for niche Birkenhead law firm from 2002 to date specialising in Commercial Property.